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Saturday, January 01, 2000 by TheDoc

Overall: 3
Graphics: 3
Interface: 3
Superbikes was a pretty good game, but it gets a bit old fast because of some of the downfalls of the game.


The graphics are pretty nice and it seems to run pretty smooth. I didn't see anything that really jumped out at me in the way of errors or anything out of the ordinary.


I was first put off by this game because I had to use my gravis gamepad to play the game. I didn't have an option of playing with the keyboard, or anything else I could see for that matter. It gave me the option of playing with anything that was in my 'joystick' setup in my computer and that was it. I found the game a little jumpy playing it with the gamepad though. When you go into corners, it's like you tend to come out of the corner and not straighten up by just letting go of the pad. You actually have to make it sit up. This makes it a little difficult if you use the defaults in that you have to press the up pad in order to go, so trying to keep it up and right or left at the same time gets annoying... Usual sounds in a bike game...

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While it's a pretty game, I'd tend to stick with the motoracer or motocross madness type games than this one. I guess you can only get so much realism with a game and this one seems to have given us too much (which doesn't happen often) and I guess I shouldn't give the game a lower score because of it, I am...

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